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  2. Hello. Somebody have problem to install wireguard to image Tinker Board 2 Debian 11 (kernel 5.10) v3.0.6 ? I install linux headers to version 5.10.160 from here here. Then i used command dpkg -i linux-headers-5.10.160_5.10.160-1_arm64.deb reboot apt install --reinstall wireguard reboot modprobe wireguard modprobe: FATAL: Module wireguard not found in directory /lib/modules/5.10.160 After errors I try install newest kernel from repository debian and install new linux headers, but it can't solve my problem. Has anyone encountered a similar error and knows how to solve it?
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  5. tooz

    Compiling Android

    hello @MarciS, ./build.sh -UCKAu not working is not an expected result, what is your build environment?
  6. @tooz Thank you for the information!
  7. hello @JFB, we've tested lte modules with both hat + mpcie interface & usb dongle +m.2 interface and confirm they both work. however please notice that not all lte modules are supported, here are the modules enabled on tinker board 2s for your reference: Vendor Product VID:PID Firmware Quectel EG25-G 2C7C:0125 EG25GGBR07A08M2G_01.003.01.003 EG21-G 2C7C:0121 EG21GGBR07A11M1G_01.002.01.002 EC25-AU 2C7C:0125 EC25AUFAR06A01M4G EC25-E 2C7C:0125 EC25EFAR06A08M4G_01.007.01.007 EC25-J 2C7C:0125 EC25JFAR06A05M4G_01.008.01.008 EC25-AF 2C7C:0125 EC25AFFDR07A10M4G_01.004.01.004 BG96 2C7C:0296 BG96MAR04A04M1G_01.005.01.005 EM06-E 2C7C:0306 EM06ELAR03A08M4G other lte modules that are not listed may or may not work on tinker board 2s, it's just that the list are the modules we actually got & tested
  8. hello @lloydhussell, most of the touch drivers work on tinker board 2s if it's usb interface; the 240hz would be the tricky part since it depnds on the cpu
  9. Or would it be better to use a LTE USB dongle to be able to connect to a cellular network.
  10. What is a good support LTE HAT for the Tinker 2S running Android OS?
  11. Hell @tooz, to download I used $ repo init -u https://github.com/TinkerBoard2-Android/manifest.git -b android11-rk3399 -m tinker_board_2-android11-2.0.1.xml $ repo sync and to build I used the these instruction from 2.1 Build image source build/envsetup.sh lunch WW_Tinker_Board_2-userdebug ./build.sh -UKAu Note that I removed the option C build kernel with Clang because it was failing and I wasn't able to fix it.
  12. I have been using a 1080p 120hz touch screen with the Asus Tinkerboard 2 and it works wonderfully so far. I am speaking with a customer capacitive touch screen manufacturer now and I am going to be getting a 240hz capacitive touch screen at 1440p. Do we know if the board will support this?
  13. hello @ChaJH, no, just checking the environment this panel's resolution is 1600x600, which is supported on tinker board 2s, but it might be blocked by resolution_white.xml please use commands below to remove resolution white adb root adb remount adb shell rm -rf /system/usr/share/resolution_white.xml and then reboot tinker board 2s the expected result is the 1600x600 resolution is supported on tinker board 2s
  14. My Tinker Board OS Ver this. Could the Android OS version be a problem...?
  15. I've personally looked for weeks there is no ubuntu images compatible, my only suggestion is to build from scratch from the Linux kernel
  16. hello @ChaJH, are you using android 12 os ( Tinker Board 2 /2S Android 12 V3.0.2 ) or android 11?
  17. hello @rugfk, the os download page of tinker edge r: https://tinker-board.asus.com/download-list.html?product=tinker-edge-r
  18. Hello everyone! I have a Tinker Board 2s and it also has a touchable LCD display. The products of display model are as follows >> 9.3inch Capacitive Touch Display, High Brightness, 1600×600, Optical Bonding Toughened Glass Panel, HDMI Interface, IPS | 9.3inch 1600x600 LCD (waveshare.com) The display and the Tinker Board are connected using HDMI only. And the os image on the Tinker Board is Android 12. (Tinker_Board_2-Android11-v2.0.8-20220503) First of all, the lcd display on the Tinker Board shows Android's screen well. However, the screen is streched a bit vertically. I,ve also tried the following ways to solve this problem myself. on the Tinker Board 2s : Setting > Display > HDMI > (SCREEN SETTING) HDMIA: Change Resolution But it didn't work.... How can I change the resolution to a normal state where the vertical is not stretched? Or does Tinker Board not support the resolution of the display I use....? I would appreciate it if you could let me know the solution! Thank you in advance.
  19. Hello everyone! I have a Tinker Board 2s and it also has a touchable LCD display. The products of display model are as follows >> 9.3inch Capacitive Touch Display, High Brightness, 1600×600, Optical Bonding Toughened Glass Panel, HDMI Interface, IPS | 9.3inch 1600x600 LCD (waveshare.com) The display and the Tinker Board are connected using HDMI only. And the os image on the Tinker Board is Android 12. (Tinker_Board_2-Android11-v2.0.8-20220503) First of all, the lcd display on the Tinker Board shows Android's screen well. However, the screen is streched a bit vertically. I,ve also tried the following ways to solve this problem myself. on the Tinker Board 2s : Setting > Display > HDMI >
  20. We are looking for Ubuntu OS images for Tinker Edge R.
  21. Can't download software images from Tinker Edge R. There are nothing.
  22. We can't dwonload another images for Tinker Edge R. What happend there?
  23. tooz

    dmprovider.service

    hello @shizimi, these are the logs for device management service, your tinker board r2.0 shall stop printing related logs once dmprovider.service is stopped.
  24. hello @sanma, i've uploaded a folder named 'audio patches for tinker board 2s', please apply the three patches in the folder to enable hdmi audio output: https://www.asuswebstorage.com/navigate/a/#/s/7AC916CB836740359132FEDCC45B06194
  25. I was bothered by a large amount of logs like this appearing in syslog, and it stopped when I stopped dmprovider.service. What kind of service is this? Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: Unhandled exception. System.IO.IOException: Invalid argument Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at System.IO.Enumeration.FileSystemEnumerator`1.FindNextEntry(Byte* entryBufferPtr, Int32 bufferLength) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at System.IO.Enumeration.FileSystemEnumerator`1.MoveNext() Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.RunningInstance.AddDirectoryWatchUnlocked(WatchedDirectory parent, String directoryName) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.RunningInstance.AddDirectoryWatchUnlocked(WatchedDirectory parent, String directoryName) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.RunningInstance.AddDirectoryWatchUnlocked(WatchedDirectory parent, String directoryName) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.RunningInstance.AddDirectoryWatchUnlocked(WatchedDirectory parent, String directoryName) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.RunningInstance.AddDirectoryWatchUnlocked(WatchedDirectory parent, String directoryName) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.RunningInstance.AddDirectoryWatchUnlocked(WatchedDirectory parent, String directoryName) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.RunningInstance..ctor(FileSystemWatcher watcher, SafeFileHandle inotifyHandle, String directoryPath, Boolean includeSubdirectories, NotifyFilters notifyFilters, CancellationToken cancellationToken) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.StartRaisingEvents() Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.StartRaisingEventsIfNotDisposed() Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.set_EnableRaisingEvents(Boolean value) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at Microsoft.Extensions.FileProviders.Physical.PhysicalFilesWatcher.TryEnableFileSystemWatcher() Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at Microsoft.Extensions.FileProviders.Physical.PhysicalFilesWatcher.CreateFileChangeToken(String filter) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at Microsoft.Extensions.FileProviders.PhysicalFileProvider.Watch(String filter) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Configuration.FileConfigurationProvider.<.ctor>b__1_0() Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Primitives.ChangeToken.ChangeTokenRegistration`1..ctor(Func`1 changeTokenProducer, Action`1 changeTokenConsumer, TState state) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Primitives.ChangeToken.OnChange(Func`1 changeTokenProducer, Action changeTokenConsumer) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Configuration.FileConfigurationProvider..ctor(FileConfigurationSource source) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Configuration.Json.JsonConfigurationSource.Build(IConfigurationBuilder builder) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Configuration.ConfigurationBuilder.Build() Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Hosting.HostBuilder.BuildAppConfiguration() Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Hosting.HostBuilder.Build() Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 bash[6087]: at DMClientFeatureProviderServer.Program.Main(String[] args) Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 systemd[1]: dmprovider.service: Main process exited, code=killed, status=6/ABRT Jan 30 08:50:01 nv504 systemd[1]: dmprovider.service: Failed with result 'signal'.
  26. Hello, I build a custom kernel using the following steps on tinkerboard 2S, but there is no sound from the HDMI-connected display. (build almost according to Wiki - Developer Guide) (1 to 3 were executed on ubuntu-x86_64) 1.source download $ repo init -u https://github.com/TinkerBoard-Linux/rockchip-linux-manifest.git -b linux5.10-rk3399-debian11 $ repo sync 2.docker start $ cd linux5.10-rk3399-debian11 $ ./docker_builder/docker-builder-run.sh 3.build $ ./build.sh rockchip_rk3399_tinker_board_2_debian_defconfig $ ./build.sh 4.bring kernel/boot.img to tinkerboard 2S launched using the released Tinker Board 2/2S Debian 11 (kernel 5.10) V3.0.11 and replace the kernel $ sudo dd if=boot.img of=/dev/mmcblk1p4 $ sudo reboot Tinker Board 2/2S Debian 11 (kernel 5.10) V3.0.11 leave it as is, there will be sound from the HDMI-connected display, but replace it with the custom kernel, there will be no sound. $ speaker-test -D plughw:1,0 -t sine -f 440 How can I output sound from an HDMI-connected display using custom kernel (5.10)?
  27. tinkerboard 2s の gpio 40pin セッティング説明はこちらです: Tinker Board 2 & 2S · TinkerBoard/TinkerBoard Wiki (github.com)
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